News: Sauerkraut City (14 Dec 1917)


Surnames: Bahnke, Marg, Wagner, Ross, Guk, Reisner, Grottke, Steinbach, Wordell, Keller, Bealer, Zilk, Witte

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 14 Dec 1917

H. Bahnke and G. Marg's had lights installed lately.

Wm. Wagner's and Fred Ross' sawed wood last week.

Mr. E. Guk was on the war path after fattened hogs in this neighborhood the past week.

Wm. And Henry Grottke are cutting pine logs and preparing wood for winter.

P. Steinbach is furnished H. Wordell with firewood.

The funeral of the late Mr. C. Keller was held last Friday at the Fremont Lutheran Church. Interment was in the Lynn Cemetery.

Aug. Bealer and Hebie Brown are among the lucky hunters of deer season.

Listen for the wedding bells.

Joe Zilk, the Rawleigh man, made his usual visits in this neighborhood on Monday and Tuesday.

Winter seems to be here for good.

Mr. Fred Ross and son hUgo and daughter Nora drove to Granton last Monday. Hugo stayed at Granton and is again helping at Witte's.

East Lynn seems to be on an aerial route. The air ships are seen only at night, by a siwftly moving light, going westward. Are you sure it was no star?

Grottke Bros. sawed wood Tuesday.



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